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  • Hello! Thank you so much for visiting me in the Attic, it's lovely to see you. My name is Lucy and I'm a happily married Mum with three children. We live in a cosy terraced house on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales in England which we are slowly renovating and making home. I have a passion for crochet and colour and love to share my creative journey. I hope you enjoy your peek into my colourful little world x

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Robyn Brodie

This is my go to for blankets. I have used it for a temperature lapghan, stroller blanket, knee warmer, etc, and I don't get sick of doing it. Thank you tsuch a beautiful but simple pattern. Well worth the effort.

Luz Virginia Barratachea

Dear Lucy what a beautiful blanket fell in love with the colors . Can you let me know the baby colors you use and where can i purchase it. Also how many chains for a baby blanket.Please let me know and I thank you so much. Virginia from Texas.

Martha

In response to Johanna - so long as your total stitches is divisible by 3 I have found it works. The clusters should be going into every third stitch so there are two skipped ones in between and your total number of stitches then remains the same. Good luck!

Johanna

I am an experienced crocheter but this one is killing me. I have my first two rows but the math does not work for the number of clusters. There are significantly more than 3 sets of 64 if you do one cluster every 2 stitches. The blanket keeps growing because I am evidently missing something in the pattern. So disappointing as I was so looking forward to gorgeous spring colors.
Can anyone offer any assistance? My first 2 rows are great but I lose it on the next rows. And a pet peeve - if the number of stitches is posted in the pattern they need to be correct.
Any help from anyone?

Marie Bristow

Beautiful

Jennifer Harper-Jones

I am very pleased to have discovered Attic 24! Have got pattern for two blankets and have ordered lovely coloured wools. This is the way to beat the lockdown - am having a lovely time doing crochet after many years break.

suzanne chittock

Well I have ordered one of your blanket packs from wool warehouse so when it arrives I am ready to start. I think I will manage this one as it seems to use trebles only which have a nice rhythm. The packs were well sold out so settled on the autumnal one. I am loving my crochet journey which only began 28 days ago!!

Kathryn Wetherill

It looks beautiful and your explanation of what to do is excellent I will try to make one Thankyou

Beverly

This is a beautiful blanket and I am going to try to make it. Thank you so much for the pattern

Susan B.

Please sign me up for your emails. Thanks so much!! :)

Lizi Jury also known as Granni Ellie

I live in sunny South Africa and following your patterns. Have lost count of how many Granny Strip blankets i have crocheted for the needy children and the Old Age Homes. I have found the Cosy Blanket super and very easy to follow. I must just get enthusiastic about the ends and work them in.
Thanks so much for sharing.

Christine Batchford

Just finished my first ever blanket. Thanks for the tutorials. About to get the wool for blanket number 2!

Shirley West

Whirl should be Shirley !!! Oops !

Shirley West

I just love the colors in this afghan blanket ! Can't wait to try it ! Whirl in Arkansas, USA Happy Crocheting !

Mary

Just got my yarn and I can't wait to get started.

Barb Almer

Beautiful. Is this a good one for a beginner???

Kathy Bober

How many stitches do I need to make a baby blanket?

Jess

Thank you for this beautiful pattern! I'm doing it as a baby blanket with several colors based on a project photo I saw on Ravelry that caught my eye. Do you have suggestions for how many stitches to cast on for a baby blanket? Thanks again!

Roy R Wilson

Thank you I hope to make this for a dear friend as a surprise, she already said she wants to make it for herself when she can. But I know it will make her happy to have it. I am in Ohio and my friend is in Puerto Rico

Kat Morriss

Trying to do this pattern slightly different... the 1st 2 rows I want to do in HTC (UK) but if i start in the 4th chain from my hook it doesn't add up. should i try it from the 3rd chain from hook instead?

Penny Delow

I have really loved making this blanket, but stuck for borders, what would you recommend please?

Bonnie Gogolski

Can it be adjusted to make a baby blanket?
If so, how many do I chain to start for one 32 - 36”?

Tracy

I'm so just loveing this beautiful blanket ..it's just so pretty.. loveing all the wonderful colors...

Debra Gruszkowski

I found, after several starts, that to make this work out, the count must be multiples of 3 plus 1. Otherwise, when you do the rows with the clusters of three, you will end the row with only two stitches left instead of three. So, my blanket is 150 stitches which is 50 sets of 3. Then I needed to add 1 more stitch. That means my first row of double crochets should be 151 stitches.

Angélica López

It’s beautiful very nice I like I will like to make I’m very interesting

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